The definitive autobiography of by far and away English cricket's greatest living legend
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"He was, and remains, a working-class hero ... the game's nearest answer to George Best" ( The Times)
"In an age of empty memoirs, Ian Botham reminds us how big an inspiration a sporting hero can be" ( Observer)
"You want to learn about a living legend of the game than I can highly recommend Head On" ( Cricket Web)
Ian Botham started his first-class career in 1974 with Somerset, leaving in protest at the sacking of his friend Viv Richards. He then played for Worcester (1986-91), Queensland (1988) and Durham (1992-3). He made his debut for England in 1977 and played 102 tests, including 12 as captain in 1980-81. Since retiring as a player, he has become a cricket broadcaster for Sky Sports and has set out on a number of long-distance fund-raising charity walks. He has raised more than five million pounds for Leukaemia Research. When not touring the world commentating, he lives with his wife Kath in Yorkshire.
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Book Description Ebury Press, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0091921481
Book Description Ebury Press, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0091921481
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